Here we are about to setup Eclipse as a “web editor”. By “web editor” I mean to setup Eclipse to support html, xml, css, js, Python, and PHP. To do that we will use the smallest Eclipse distribution type, the Eclipse Platform Runtime. Then we will add the needed plugins. Python support will use PyDev, and for PHP will use PDT.
Note that Eclipse already has the Eclipse for PHP Developers package. But since I already setup my Eclipse like this, then I am still doing this until later time 🙂
We can setup Eclipse based on Eclipse for PHP Developers package, then just add PyDev and Eclipse Color Theme, skipping install Web Support and PDT.
Done. Happy coding 🙂